Top Semi Government Medical Colleges in India; Know Fee Structure, Courses Offered

Top Semi Government Medical Colleges in India; Know Fee Structure, Courses Offered

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Mayank Uniyal
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Updated on Jun 20, 2024 14:32 IST

Semi government medical colleges in India offer a perfect blend of quality education at at affordable fees. Students who cannot afford private medical college fees and also cannot secure admission to government medical colleges often search for the list of semi government colleges in India with fee structures. Hence, for the ease of students, provided below are some of the names and details of the best semi government medical colleges in India

Top Semi Government Medical College in India

Semi Government Medical Colleges in India are institutes that are neither fully managed by the government nor do have a private body as management. The Indian semi government medical colleges work through collaboration with government and private bodies to offer MBBS, BDS, MD, MS and other medicine courses in the country. Students must note that the Semi goverment medical college fees in India are much lower than private medical colleges; offering them quality education at affordable cost of study. 

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Unfortunately, students with good scores in the NEET exam may not get a seat in top medical colleges in India due to massive competition. This year, 67 students have received AIR 1 in the entrance exam making NEET UG cutoff higher this year. Meanwhile, students who have adequate scores to get into a semi government medical college can check the list of semi government medical colleges in India with fee structure here.  

Q:   How many seats are available in NEET PG?

A:

NEET PG exam is conducted for admission to 26,168 Doctor of Medicine (MD), 13,649 Master of Surgery (MS) and 922 PG Diploma in 6,102 government, private, deemed/central universities. Candidates have to appear in the exam and qualify it with the minimum cut off marks as per the category. Thereafter, he/she will have to participate in the counselling process for seat allocation. Candidates have to register on the official website and declare choice for college and course for NEET PG counselling process. Seats are allotted based on choice declared, NEET PG rank, available seats, reservation fcator etc.

Q:   What courses I will get admission into through NEET SS?

A:

NEET SS is the single eligibility cum entrance examination for admission to Super Specialty Courses. Candidates who completed their post graduation (MD/MS) can apply for NEET SS entrance test. The exam is held once a year in computer-based mode. NEET SS is held for admission to following courses:

• All DM/MCh Courses in the country including all Private Medical Colleges/Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities.

• All DM/MCh courses at Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions

• All DrNB Super-specialty Courses (except Direct 6 Years DrNB Courses

Q:   What is the admission process for the NEET SS Exam?

A:

The admission process for NEET SS exam comprises registration and submission of application form, appearing in the exam, scoring the minimum cut off, and appearing in the counselling for seat allotment. Registration has to be done on the official website, nbe,edu.in. Thereafter the exam will be held in computer-based mode. If you score the minimum cut off, you will be participating in the counselling. NEET SS counselling involves registration, choice declaration, seat processing, seat allotment result, and reporting.

Top 10 Semi Government Medical Colleges in India

A list of top 10 semi government medical colleges in India is provided below. Students can check the NIRF ranking for top semi government colleges here. Students be mindful that the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) is a ranking methodology of the Ministry of Education, Government of India, to rank institutions of higher education in India. Hence, the below list gives a clear idea to students regarding best semi government medical colleges in India. 

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NIRF Medical Ranking 2023

Medical College Name

State

2

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER)

Chandigarh

5

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER)

Pondicherry

9

Kasturba Medical College

Karnataka

21

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research

Tamil Nadu

32

Maulana Azad Medical College

Delhi

40

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences & Research

Tamil Nadu

-

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Health Sciences

Karnataka

-

ACPM Medical College

Maharashtra

-

Kurnool Medical College

Andhra Pradesh

-

Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) Deemed University

Tamil Nadu

Semi Government Medical Colleges in India with Fee Structure

Students can check the list of best semi government medical colleges in India along with the fee structure from below. 

Medical College Name

Tuition Fees*

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER)

INR 1,000- INR 1,950,000 

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER)

INR 30.46 K

Kasturba Medical College

INR 43.95 lakh

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research

INR 1.13 Cr

Maulana Azad Medical College

INR 12.35 K

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences & Research

INR 20 lakh

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Health Sciences

INR 35 Lakh

ACPM Medical College

INR 32 Lakh

Kurnool Medical College

INR 3 Lakh

Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) Deemed University

INR 4 Lakh 

Note: The above-mentioned fees is an approximate fees. Hence, students are suggested to check the official website in case the fee structure for the academic year 2024-25 has been revised. 

Top Semi Government Medical Colleges in India: Details 

Students can check the list of best semi government medical colleges in India along with the college details and courses offered by the medical colleges below: 

PGIMER Chandigarh 

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research Chandigarh was founded in 1962 in the state of Punjab. The institute offers UG, PG, Advanced Masters, Doctorate, and Post Doctorate namely PhD, FNB (Fellow of National Board), MSc, BSc, MHA, PG Diploma, MPH, MDS, MD, MS, MCh and DM programmes. The institute offers 663 seats at an affordable fee that ranges between INR 1,000-1,950,000. 

Q:   Which are the institutes that don't accept NEET SS score for admission?

A:

Some of the institutes don't accept NEET SS score for admission into DM/MCh courses. These institutes conduct their own entrance test for admission. The following Medical institutions are not covered for admission to DM/MCh courses through NEET-SS: 

  • AIIMS, New Delhi and other AIIMS running super specialty programme
  •  PGIMER, Chandigarh
  •  JIPMER, Puducherry
  • NIMHANS, Bengaluru
  • Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram

Q:   Which chapters carry high weightage in NEET Biology section?

A:

Some of the chapters of Biology, which are given a high weightage, are listed below:

  • Animal Kingdom
  • Molecular Basis of Inheritance
  • Morphology of Floweing Plants
  • Sexual Reproduction in Floweing Plants
  • Principles of Inheritance and Variation
  • Chemical Coordination and Integration
  • Biomolecules

The table below brings the chapter-wise weightage of NEET Biology section. 

Name of the chapter

Number of questions asked (Approx.)

Weightage in Per Cent

Anatomy of Flowering Plants

0-1

2

Animal Kingdom

2

7

Biodiversity and Conservation

1

3

Biological Classification

0-1

2

Biomolecules

1

4

Biotechnology and its Applications

1

3

Biotechnology: Principles and Processes

1

3

Body Fluids and Circulation

0-1

1

Breathing and Exchange of Gases

0-1

2

Cell Cycle and Cell Division

0-1

2

Cell: The Unit of Life, Biomolecules

0-1

2

Chemical Coordination and Integration

1

4

Digestion and Absorption

1

3

Ecosystem

0-1

2

Environmental Issues

0-1

2

Evolution

0-1

2

Excretory Products and their Elimination

0-1

2

Human Health and Disease

1

3

Human Reproduction

1

3

Locomotion and Movement

0-1

2

Microbes in Human Welfare

0-1

2

Mineral Nutrition

0-1

1

Molecular Basis of Inheritance

2

6

Morphology of Flowering Plants

1

5

Neural Control and Coordination

0-1

2

Organisms and Populations

0-1

2

Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

0-1

2

Plant Growth and Development

0-1

1

Plant Kingdom

1

4

Principles and Inheritance and Variation

1

5

Reproduction in Organisms

0-1

1

Reproductive Health

0-1

2

Respiration in Plants

0-1

1

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants

1

5

Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production

0-1

2

Structural Organisation in Animals

0-1

2

The Living World

0-1

2

Transport in Plants

0-1

1

Total

90

100

Q:   Are there any other entrance examinations for admission to DM/ M.Ch. Courses?

A:
Yes, the following institutes conduct their own private entrance tests for admission to DM/MCh: AIIMS, New Delhi PGIMER, Chandigarh JIPMER, Puducherry NIMHANS, Bengaluru SCTIMST, Thiruvananthapuram.

Q:   In how many languages in NEET SS exam conducted?

A:

NEET SS exam is conducted in only one language, which is English. Candidates must prepare for the exam by referring to the best preparation books in English language for the subject and course groups selected. Taking regular NEET SS mock tests in English, or solving previous years' question papers will ensure good score in the NEET SS exam. 

Q:   Which are the institutes that do not accept NEET PG scores for admission?

A:
15 AIIMS including AIIMS New Delhi, PGIMER Chandigarh, JIPMER, Puducherry, NIMHANS Bengaluru, SGPGI Lucknow, and Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum do not accept NEET PG scores. A separate exam is conducted for admission at these institutes, i.e INI CET. The exam is conducted twice in a year in computer-based mode.

JIPMER Pondicherry

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (also known as JIPMER Pondicherry) was established in 1823. It offers MBBS at UG, MD/ MS at PG level and DM/ MCh at the super-speciality level.

Kasturba Medical College

Kasturba Medical College was established in 1953. It was the first private medical college which was self-financing. Some of the programmes offered by Kasturba Medical College are MBBS, MD, MS, MCh, DM, and DNB to name a few.  

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research

Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, popularly known as Sri Ramachandran Medical College, was established in 1985. Some of the top medical courses offered by SRIHER include MBBS, BDS, MD, BPT, MDS, DM, MPT and others. 

Maulana Azad Medical College

Maulana Azad Medical College is affiliated with the University of Delhi and was established in 1959. It is one of the best semi government medical colleges in India for MSc, MCh, DM, PG Diploma, MS, MD, and MBBS courses, to name a few. The seat intake of the courses is 527 while the fees range is INR 11,002-81,800

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research 

PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research was established in 1986. It is a premier institute for DM, MBBS, M.Ch., PG Diploma, MD, MS courses. The total seat intake for the courses is 368 seats and the fees range between INR 1,575,300-4,713,720

Last Round Closing Rank for Semi Government Medical Colleges in India

Students can check the NEET 2023 general category last round closing rank for MBBS course from the table below to check their admission chances in the college: 

College Name

General Category Last Round Closing Rank for MBBS Course

JIPMER Puducherry 

60

Kasturba Medical College

45422

Maulana Azad Medical College

87

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Health Science 

1271

The demand for top semi government medical colleges in India has increased over the years. The main reason is its balance of affordable fees with the availability of admission at a decent NEET cutoff. Meanwhile, students can check each college based on their academics, placements, infrastructure and other vital areas to select the best semi government medical college in India.  

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